“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Ellis County, Oklahoma

Clickable Map of Ellis County, Oklahoma and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Ellis County, OK (3) Beaver County, OK (6) Dewey County, OK (2) Harper County, OK (1) Roger Mills County, OK (5) Woodward County, OK (10) Hemphill County, TX (35) Lipscomb County, TX (24)  EllisCounty(3) Ellis County (3)  BeaverCounty(6) Beaver County (6)  DeweyCounty(2) Dewey County (2)  HarperCounty(1) Harper County (1)  RogerMillsCounty(5) Roger Mills County (5)  WoodwardCounty(10) Woodward County (10)  HemphillCountyTexas(35) Hemphill County (35)  LipscombCounty(24) Lipscomb County (24)
Arnett is the county seat for Ellis County
Adjacent to Ellis County, Oklahoma
      Beaver County (6)  
      Dewey County (2)  
      Harper County (1)  
      Roger Mills County (5)  
      Woodward County (10)  
      Hemphill County, Texas (35)  
      Lipscomb County, Texas (24)  
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1 Oklahoma, Ellis County, Arnett — GrandSite about 4 miles northwest
On Now. 13, 1892, Grand was established as county seat of Day County, Oklahoma Ter. This was County "E" when organized at the opening of Cheyenne and Arapaho lands, April 19, 1892. Day County and county seat were abolished at statehood in 1907. Many . . . Map (db m181526) HM
2 Oklahoma, Ellis County, Fargo — Western Cattle Trail
In 1874 Texas ranchers began driving large herds of Longhorn cattle to the railhead at Dodge City, Kansas. For the butcher markets back east and to stock newly opened rangelands in the northern U.S. Territories and Canada. The hooves of some . . . Map (db m190719) HM
3 Oklahoma, Ellis County, Gage — Military Road Crossing
Here, between 1874 and 1890, supply wagons, a daily stage coach and the U.S. Mail moved over this earliest known trail from Dodge City, Kansas, to Fort Elliott, Texas. The Fort, first known as "Cantonment on Sweet water" was established after the . . . Map (db m190717) HM
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Jun. 8, 2023